John Kelly born 18 April is a retired Irish rugby union footballer. Kelly made his Munster debut against Cardiff Blues in September He scored his first try for Munster in this game. Kelly was part of the famous Munster team that beat Gloucester in the 'Miracle Match'.
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Cardiff Blues return to Guinness Pro14 action this weekend with a visit to Connacht on Saturday night, 7. To take that chance will need to see some huge performances over the next five weeks though, which all come during the international window, a potential problem for Cardiff Blues. Our season so far has taken in 13 games across the league and Europe, seven outside the international window and six inside it, the crucial difference of course being the availability of top talent like Rhys Carre, Dillon Lewis, Seb Davies, Cory Hill, Tomos Williams and Josh Adams. In the seven games outside the international window we have six wins from the seven games, whereas during the international window we have just one win from the six games, exposing our lack of quality depth when comparing Cardiff to the likes of Munster, Leinster, Ulster, Glasgow and Edinburgh. This is why it will take some huge performances against Connacht A , Munster H , Benetton A and Edinburgh H in order to secure a top three or four berth. Of course all four games are against Conference rivals, and it is for that reason that I think three wins is the aim for Dai Young and his squad going into this final fixture block of the season, with our opponents all playing each other once and taking points off each other.
The capital city outfit led at half-time thanks to a fine Seb Davies try and the boot of Ben Thomas. Munster chipped away and took the lead thanks to Jean Klyne try. The second consecutive defeat to Irish opposition was significant blow to Cardiff Blues PRO14 hopes with ground to make on Scarlets in Conference B in the final two fixtures of the Guinness Pro14 campaign. There was no lack of motivation as Cardiff Blues came flying out of the blocks on their home patch but they lacked accuracy with handling errors spoiling early possession.
Access exclusive podcasts, interviews and analysis with a monthly or annual membership. Van Graan makes three changes in the backs with Dan Goggin returning in midfield and Calvin Nash named on the right wing for his first appearance of the season, with Darren Sweetnam on the left. There are two further changes in the back row where John Hodnett starts at openside and Gavin Coombes wears number eight. Cardiff arrive in Limerick on top of Conference B having taken nine points from their opening two matches against Zebre and Connacht.